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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 19, 1852, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaKip in t cheap Tim. I Hui in with Nar v it left profit. Ii we to credit intend to its solv. M irk r morn m i ills four hand Raj hum Lutfu Liri lit my and temp a relm j on a Chi ,.f i Mph at 11 v that country is the most p prosperous where labor commands the greatest Reward. A spam hell Polk and Pierce Jemmi. A join. enter together. U u the new Hampshire half Una still Roll u in fair and full Cal her i ill we lop it in Washington Hall. i Olk in pm before Oid ctr Jiuu shall i Circo pm i tour i or no la nil he Trio same Ai Yore 1 ii id from cily nil plough. I Oloc Annj Allue ii i Oik pm and Pierco pm and nil i Hen democrats rally together. Tarot a Ilic old or Arlo Ball. I i ski Ira we a Fine fellow in like we May Neer sic gun i m 1111115 i liquor comes on lie platform a Ike he Iet Plain i hut ill1 Imp Ilic Gallant Jung hero u kind the hero in-for.-, kill licit him Long Wilh a Triumph m his he tin Hermitage Boic. Will pulk Mac. Our in Raj be i Orni arc tin in ii the Ito to Irie in tin morn i lie the ire he Knuti. Or in tin Crown i stale unit Maine Fnu ii until him Eirscie All o or i Emu up the the in l heard Ectore. Tor Well 1 Olk pm i i ire four and t "niprihiiij.-e, Harmony icon an i my Ini Llor he Gnu no our column i Iii i Loru abide. I and la irl i m Down in 1 in Duit ii cull do a i o i do and must will i o k yrs needed Iii with the same smooth Man Rrex far How Ninny years have you been bore Wilh Tho same flattery the same patriotism it Ever occur to you that these office seeker Are in the main great from How Many have you derived any personal Benefit for How Many have you lost your time spent your Money let your crops suffer by neglect flunk it. Is tint Man entitled to your support who first wrings from you an encouragement one tells you he is an old citizen and tax payer. Are there not also hundreds others one tells you to is an old neighbor and never had an office. Well is not the county full others who Are the some another tells you he is capable and it is time you sent such n Man. But can t you find any who Are capable except those who have to do but go around singing their own praises ? Buchanan. Whole Job. 731, soon be placed upon the records your country another verdict will be rendered against you Lor slandering your neighbor not a helpless woman but in All probability a dying map. Clr excite sympathy in Ordinary men appear to Sharpen your animosities. At a Tinne that or. A aright was not allowed to your Communia Ion much less to an Searight nobly defended and Hugh Graham uib3itted null Iho e i i i your Communia Ion much less to an we Call the attention our readers to the ser ii when his life was almost despaired following Commux Calion copied from the w Ien he was upon the very Brink the grave number the Genius Liberty which is a n to Llu e elected As the proper Lime to make i it Able vindication or. Sea bight who has been a8snul so foully abused a the whig press and a1 per when miscellaneous. Education and longevity. General intelligence in a Community oper ates in Many ways in behalf the continuance human Lite. It does so by favouring that morality and Vitue the want which by leading feet annihilation Ujj to w i Xijiu idea i Une lulls atm he his always been a Democrat i serve in the last whig party Are using As a tool Union town auf 5 1832 or. In ugh Graham my deity sir . Candidates and Convent ions. Or. the tune h drawing High when nominations Are to be nude for candidates to be supported by the democratic to ill tie recipe chive offices within the sift us the pc Isle Jon will permit me to make Maggu Lions to your readers and the pub Lic Pui rally. It is precisely because the ifs the Mit the people that 1 feel at to address them and i Hope they will that and privilege in full View for it i shall Bise my remarks. In it Binic i entered upon thearen p Oli Hail Lile i have had some experienced that have i As Many candidates for is am now asking to be nominated and 1 i Ceil it i not to Parli Gulanze All ill tar Shi nil there have been no than ten or twelve aspirants for no less than six or seven though i now learn there Ore but three them who will go into the for the new office county As Jason Jevc have a candidate in almost every school Ify Blacl. There Are Many offices to fill fur there is a Host Jii dilates. What a spectacle hordes men neglecting their and then families a song from door to All Over our county begging for juice header just cast your mind s Eye Over the lit Candida los which Are presented by Tiki nory and behold them in their True Light i la re 13 n Man who has been at your doors for Miry a cars a a regularly a the return a i Len he wants an office. He his resided ii ung you years. He knows All your wants All the Means Gratifying Thorn his abilities for no he is arguing Are Nuques tinned hid general inform Liim everywhere conceded his character Good at least Mode to not Forbel to could satisfy you on thai Point he would like lobe representative True it would be a detriment to his business his patriotism would induce him to forego any Benefit in order to Benefit the peo Plu. We Grunt the Man has modesty and you Reader Tor our bake must not doubt it. This Man has told you what he is. Look you Over there is not that Man Nat As competent 7 but to never came to your Dorim Anil asked your flip porn he an old citizen and knows All our but he never for d himself As a lie is capable Fusili and honest lit ims too Little patriotism to neglect hid own Illus Oslo meddle with yours to could vote As wrong no a inv other but to is not possessed that extra ouch mod Fly which enables a Man to be h3 own blow Horn. There who is that rides the Samo horse sea tabled in your barn last year. Same old real you brushed for him because Little Tommy put big dirty fingers on it when to took the Litho fellow up and kissed him. And As i live is Tho game complacent smile the same nearly Shako Iho hand Tho same glow i True coming directly from the heart weather is Good or bad crops Are so so or no news Prospect More weather ind Nhym who arc candidates think serving Mtsbi friends got me to come out t exactly Hoo the business but it s common electioneering i stand a portly Good Chance Success. You la support meow course. 1 Ayo always Boon your Friend done All i could to got you appointed postmaster once nominated for Coroner once it was through in influence that you Scro chosen judge the Eie Clion last fact sent my brother Clear to Tell your neighbor a. It was his duty port you. Can t you get me your Dele v to eco you i the convention no better Man in your 60 and the Bills noels in the convention. Here "1 Sammy no i Tow my that s it Jet. Don t Yoi remember to 1 Here s a smart boy i Tjok like your a for All di., Eood my Friend possibly stay to dinner. To Havo a great this fall smut take hold in Earnest. A Little help from you and my went the Strait ticket worked Hare for the and never asked in office before. Well is he alone 7 have not others you can think done equally Well and to do More with out even then asking a Reward one is a in Ungiran who has Beert unfortunate in business lie Ells you he is poor and wants i your help. But Are offices made for the Benefit the Man or for the convenience and safety i the and what evidence have you that 1 he who manages his own business badly will manage Well for the Public think it. What ins been the effect this detestable system begging Are the Best men Ahvay sent to the convention As de Legates or is it not generally the Case that the few political hucksters manage the caucuses and fill the convention Wilh men pledged and sworn to a particular course and then Luok at the tickets which have been formed in such conventions go Back a few years. For example take the ticket 1847, 1848, 1819, 1850, 1831. Take them separately and then answer candidly. Are there not men on them All that were never deserving a Nomin Ilion have our candidates for commissioner always been the Best men have our assemblymen always been men Talent men in fluence men who have know n the Best into rests stir county and Laboured to secure them Bur treasurers been honest capable and faithful have our judges satisfied the expectations the people is the Bench Robed with the Legal Wisdom the disinterested piano Tim the sound morality the dignity Benevolence and purity in the dish True duties involving the Public weal g i and consult the neighbors your candidates see they Are just such men As they themselves their friends and their party editors represent them to be. Examine Democrat on article Over your signature denouncing As bouncing As among the who signed an article made by you Aga the facts set Lam sure they vere not so it signed by i in propagating a i you know that self i had been requested to Mak allege that the whole is a beginning to end. Now what Are claimed two thous land Quad which to pay and be foil dresses and All the paraphernalia which ladies Are naturally fond inquired the i attain his object in having made so Many valuable Pur chases the Captain in reply said that for seven or eight years he had been devotedly attached to a lady to whom he had several times made proposals marriage but was As often rejected that her Refus Al to wed him however had Only stimulated his love greater exer Tion a and that finally upon renewing his offer. Hugh Graham whom the indulgences sends so Many to the crave. Strung and the you wreaking you. To you to extort from him the poll tul Oftie Hundred dollars Asau a to Wii l go i i number the Pennsylvania i i w1" now leave to the thenikl a _ i Kips i a tier Jilin _ .1____ cies your own and can sincerely say tint i would rather have the when Luu Llu 3luuu Nuil i could have no object Lander against you As you Al ledge. Lake his he democratic1 party and i in common with All other democrats full you had Publ charges against him i character. Or. Searight his physician to make any defence to them him imy anticipated but let us see How statistics confirm this to More happiness than is usually allotted to mor Slation. A celebrated belgian philosopher has a 8. At he spent All his ready Money while in gone into this subject with great ability and has Tendon for bridal gifts. After Saiag on them brought to Light some interesting facts. Be Fol Home Antl remarking on them in turn. I Idun this will please and i am sure she will like he replaced them j with the utmost care. This ceremony he repeated every Day during the voyage arid the doctor often observed a tear glistening in in.-, Eye As he spoke the pleasure he would have in presenting them to his affianced Bride. I on reaching his destination the Captain arrayed himself Wilh Mure than usual precision and disembarked As soon As possible to tastes to his love. As lie was Abi us into the being three tunes As numerous in the one As the other in proportion. England is a highly Civ the Cumberland state who let Gauv Tuato Graham i phjsicri1 moral political poll pollution is an familiar the facts relating to some the cd Arges made by you and was furnished with upon the others and that statement. You no Vav tissue lies from those statements and Whit is the Evi ence the first fact slated is that you and dollars from the Cumber amount or. Be angst refused a tribunal your own Choice you received Jiffy two dollars and seventy five cents. For the p oof this i refer you to the record the Case Hugh Graham is. The cum Berland Ruad. Lie next statement is that after or. Searight was nominated you threatened Hurt with his publication and at the same time ofte red to be Quint he would give you one Hundred dollars. I received this a Cornu How Many votes recorded for local or personal Bills which Public policy and sound morality cannot Surmain. Let to into our county offices. Or. Be angst that he never gave you but one order on the Yuoi intent state company and you it in your Possession now and that hive our late officers settled their accounts that the order he Searight presented upon the paid Over the moneys in Izeir hands kept their trial was a that you have Mace been records and accounts in business like intelligent manner cof result an outraged com think it. Turn hover in your mind. How Uit u Chat been to Wilh tale How Many have preceded and Roc rim Ivity. Whose wished have been set it Nan Slit by incumbents Hirm places whose freely in Confidence his been abused shaken and destroyed while the demands avarice and the clamors vested rights hive been heeded at the exp Rose Public weal and Public health. Enough this. What Sthen would you have us do the offices Are yours mrs to give remember that. Democrats. I would have you put a Stop to the disgusting the loathsome practice which is so prevalent among aspirants fur office. Set the Seal your condemnation on it at once and for Ever. Repudiate the idea that Are bound by pledges to the up part particular men. You have a duty to perform fir greater moment a duty to yourselves. Tell Man who Cornea Fawn ing and coupling your Good will that you will none it that henceforth you will Aid no Man who goes from door to door begging votes be Gin at once. Elect delegates to the next county convention who Are Good and True democrats a pledged and a purchasable. Let them assemble at Tinga and form a ticket not the Servile tools who have spent half the summer and All their earnings in forming Public senti ment to own promotion but reliable capable intelligible honest men men who have their Devotion to by their Calm unfaltering support their honesty and Fidelity by discharging Ull the duties life in a Plain , efficient manner men who have too much Good sense to play the fawning minion to the honest voter the delectable love a Man to the wives and daughters the trumpeter his own excellence to All. Let your convention do As the Baltimore Conven Tion in 1844, and again in 1852-. Take up new men nominate those who Are deserving and competent More whom there surely Are than go around Flection tearing for themselves think it. Is it not Worth a sober thought we have a representative to elect this fall. What kind a Man is needed for that station a Man Talent Wilh discretion influence with Fidelity Energy with prudence Wisdom with firmness morally and Benevo Lence. Let the convention Hunt up such a Man for sheriff commissioner assessors and auditor we want men Good education enlarged views Public policy industrious business habits honesty prudence Aud firm Ness. Let the convention Hunt up such men regardless the pledges the brawling few or the fawning sycophancy the hordes shown another order which you received irom Searight and acknowledge Loba genuine. For the truth this 1 Efer you to the annexed certificate. We also exp resin our disbelief that the letter published by you to a letter from be angst to keys was genuine. 1 hid nut at thai time or since Uny from air. Be angst upon the subject but i was shown a correspondence Between or. Searig. I and or. Keys that con Vinced me that it never by or. Hea Light. This letter is flawed feb. 14th, 1840 and Speaks a note which or. Richard Mills had in Bank and it alleged that or Searight endorsed it Himsl and forged the name keys toil. This is made but As 1 was guilty 7orgery in sighing your name self Mode candidates. Tioga aug. 7, 1852. Crawford. Y it is Well known that Rev Thomas Scott the celebrated commentator on the Bible published an edition Bunyan e Progress with expository notes a copy this work he benevolently pre sent to one his parishioners meeting him soon after or Scott inquired whether he had read it the reply was yes. Sir do you think you understand Yea was the answer and i Hope be Bra Long that i shall understand the there is a moral in the above reply which some t he writers our Day and some the occupants the pulpit would do Well to study Thos. H. Clay eldest son the late Henry Clay it is stated by the Washington correspondent the Richmond enquirer will not Vole for Gen. Scott and he avowed this determination to his eminent father before his death who approved it. Cause it is ters from keys. Acknowledge that certificates. I was one the counsel Road in the suit brought by against it and tried the cause in connection i i 1 with advancing civilization the Sopor Lio Nable mortality decreases. In the 17th Cen counsel culled on me and said that ii i Var Tury the number deaths in London arose to one Hundred years later Camas awaiting him. He was called aside by though there was a great increase population two gentleman who desired to make commune i not he would publish the whole i the a in the Middle a Ion purport which was that the lady interest in his Graham subsequently called on me at my office the last Century annual mortality was 1 in 20 Llad unfaithful to the reposed in her. A number Ond made he same p rop0sjtion. Ellis now u i Only 1 a 40, having diminished one another Puli whom she was nominated for canal i ill let i decamped shortly by fire. Ins Laully the Captain Piorier i we reach similar s be his hand to his after or Graham had made his Firel in different social positions. He Vily in the ground. He taken up. Lion i showed him the second order draw in up persons in agricultural districts conveyed o his room on he vessel. Or. His Lavor on Daniel Brown dated Mav 31 194s litre education More widely pre m was immediately summoned but before he which he then admitted to is genuine and also the 3se aft forty years Des that he had received the amount thereof one e o a number "1 the manufacturing Hundred Dollar a from Brownfield that list Nils. Only 1 919 survived to that age. Order is now on file in the prothonotary s i a in France oct Ween per-1 a by Orn a and a endorsed by Graham b Briwn Hli h Wilh in a 6ecllon . A Field and Pendleton Lono and pile part containing ramen sweepers Day labor Elvous Shock forced the powerful muscular ers showed a mortality twice As great issues asunder and life was at an end. The arring the latter As among the former. J Cleart As broken by looking Over the tables life insurance i companies we ascertain a very great mortality Falc Cuilte a game cock Lively dated february 17ih and 20th, 1840, from among the uneducated poor compared with the on the memorable win h or. Culler has quoted and from the Gen educated classes. Mem orame Oral appearance those letters and our know Casper Berlin has made some curious i Portem examination the cause up. His heart was found Siterley Union own August 5, 1852. D. Kani we have examined the Kejs letters is june lord Howe s Victory Captain Berkely commanded the Marl Borough and broke through the French line to his note and the Penitentiary staring me in the or. Keys m a letter to Searight daled feb. 17lh, 840three Days after says "1 have just received a letter from Mills appealing to me in to something fir him. I immediately wrote h m i would As soon As practicable which i cer mainly will do his opinion my Friendship notwithstanding. In his letter to me he not s by the first Hoard about his note in Bank. Will you please to inform Iii How he arranged in a letter dated feb. 20th, 1840, six Days after he writes thus i Lii moment Recei de you Rietter. In answer i am sorry that m is has1 been so better Luck he can t expect. Any loss accruing from on Eif Dorsen my for him i will pay my share i believe this letter purport ing to be from sea Iglitz not to be genuine be inconsistent with these let or. Be angst would hardly he had forged the name keys to the note when keys thai he endorsed the note himself. Or authorized some one to do it Lor him. What else could he mean when he there Are cases upon re Ord where insane persons have acknowledge themselves guilty murder when no one was i filled but or. He aright was certainly not so crazy Aslo admit himself guilty a forgery Tom never was committed. These Are the facts upon which the state ments in the Post Fere founded and for the publication which y m have denounced me As an unmitigated liar now How does this ques Tion veracity sind Between you and 1 stated that you offered to take one Hundred Dol Lars and be quiet. You deny it. 1 refer you to Good men As evidence. 1 asserted that after stating that or. Searight had never Given you but one order on i Brown you admitted that he had Given you two. I stated that you claimed two thousand d from the Road and re covered fifty two. You deny it. 1 refer you to the record. You allege that or. Searight committed i have shown you that no forgery was committed. You impeach m p character for truth. How does it compare yours by turning to the docket the court common Pleos Fayette county pc i will find that you were convicted perjury but that twelve honest men upon their oaths rendered a verdict against you six Hundred and fifty dollars for false to and maliciously charging a woman Good character with arms. A witness convicted perjury is not allo Verl to testify in open court and How can you expect to be believed with a record this kind standing against you that record will Ever remain to shield the innocent from your malignant slanders. It is Only necessary to show that a jury have declared you to have been guilty malicious falsehood and your Tongue becomes entirely impotent. With All your malice Yod Are As a Fang less Serpent for a sting less adder j another damning proof your Malig tit almost invariably the Vav it to ver. What should be remembered. Remember that while Gen. Scott was hesitating Natl her he should Goto Mexico As comi Nander in chief Frank Pierce enlisted in Tho new Hinn litre volunteers As a Piu Virti Soldier after a Cabinet appointment irom president 1 Olk. Remember that Gen. Refu is to resign his present salary per an num while Frank Pierce Secunde office remember tint every Lime the Federal prints cull general Pierce a Coward they prove Gen. Scott guilty deliberate Fuu Hood or the latter has endorsed him As a Brave and Gal Lant officer. Remember that Henry clip has snid that to be qualified to discharge the duties president the United Stales the incumbent must have More than military attainments must be a Scott is no states Man having always been in the army. Remember Gen Taylor was elec Ted As a military Man and the Treasury was plundered hundreds thousands Dolla s during his Teim. What guarantee have we that Gen. Scott will not be guilty winking at the same dishonesty 1 that Gen. Scout was Nomina Ted through the influence abolition and that fill More and we Ester were thrown overboard on account their Devotion to the Compromise and the Union. Remember thai Gen Scott in 1841 declared in a letter to the National intelligencer that he was in favor a proposition to exclude All aliens forever from right to Vole in any Public elections these Are his own words. Remember that is in favor the United states Bank having openly declared his opinion in favor establish ing such a corporation. Remember that general Scott has been educated in the Camp accustomed to command permitting communicate us with common people Only at a respectable distance whose word is Law whose authority is supreme an imperious elated with the adulation his Fellows vain his rank and title and military gew Gaws ambitious renown his gaze bewildered in looking it the White House but without a sin Gle qualification that fits him for that residence his political opinions at the time Nomina Tion in the keeping a committee a padlock upon his lips and his principles in or. Seward s breeches his Piet political opinions covering the entire Brood exploded whig heresies identifying him Wilh the founders the i tolerate native american faction and the advocates the Extension the period Natur alization7 to years and lastly remember thai general Pierce is a Citi zen Soldier promoted from the ranks who Fol lows War not As a Trade but whenever his coun try Calls him from the More congenial pursuits life whose sword is not As Long As the Corn Mander in chief s but whose steel is just As who does not seek office but whom office seeks who has declined More High positions than any Man his ape in the United states and yet who has invariably filled every position that he Lias occupied with the Fidelity the Patriot and the ability the statesman a plan unassuming Republican citizen who As he was promoted from the ranks a private Soldier to a general ship is now about to be promoted from the walks private life to the presidency the United states. Somebody says that our passions Are older than our reasons because passions Are bom with us reason Don t follow till a Ion time after this a a slander upon All a ivies when a Bahy is spanked Don t it holler1 yes and has t it got a reason yes and a mighty Good reason too. According to this author one Hundred clergy Man attained the age seventy and up Ward forty two advocates Wenty nine artists physicians Only Twenty Mirr the author s conclusion about clergymen May do in Prussia but the immense pressure re upon Sibilly resling on this class and the sex Cestive Labur demanded them in this country i would give we believe a far different result i were n careful examination traveller. J a dead Tot. Kit Curson cells .1 first Rale Lenng Aboul a Sel to he Lud with a Indian that will Bear re pealing arson had been out towards Santa Feas a guid party volunteers am being Well paid for his services be Laid in with another the wild to return Home in Good trim and plenty the whiskey. Carson and his fellow voyager soon quarrelled parted and each continued his Way alone. Carson had a Gooc and a first class pack mule. The night following the departure his late Friend car son found himself a Little suspicious a storm came up. He lost Bis Way and Muse also but having a Large canteen boldface Brandy the Hardy fellow took a Hearty swig and went on his Way. Presently he hears dubious noises in the Forest and not Long after his keen Eye his says the Hunter there you Are Yel and he puts his hand on the Tigger o trusty Rifle. Another crack the branches twigs and leaves in the distance and the full form a Indian appearing to the intrepid d kit he jumps behind a tree and looks Sharp. Only one he says kit Voce Well old fellow you come to the dead open and shut game you la find me was the partially intelligible res Ponee. Yes thar you focussed Skunk yes Skunk you Don t like was the Hunter s Strong Defiance then Lump it come out and stand fair and i la fio it i la fight you will you 1 then Thow show i could t stand Tuch a banter As said Carson so i Cricket my old Rifle and slept out determined to shoot Quick when my Copper Friend gave me sight but As i left my tree i sees Tho Indian level on me with his gun with out leaving his concealment i fired wrong and clips the dead limb a Shrub Oak which stack out As much like the gun head and Arm Are Indian As you might expect to see. This old tree stood near the Mouth a deep Cave and instead the old Skunk a Crow answer ing me it was Only the Echo my own voice. I yelled then a few and the sound my voice scared up my mule which came trotting up to me and the joke lasted me until i reached st7 Louis. A broken heart. The interesting Case a literally i Roken heart we i Bjoin related by or. J. K. Mitchell the Jefferson College Philant Iphia to his class last Winter while lecturing up m the diseases the heart. It will be seen on ing it that the expression broken hearted is not merely figurative. F in he Early part his career or. M. Accompanied As surgeon a packet that sailed Between Liverpool and one our Southern ports. On the voyage soon after leaving Liverpool while the doctor and the Captain the vessel a weather beaten son Neptune but possessed uncommonly Fine feelings and Strong impulses were conversing in the latter s state room the Captain opened a Large Chest and carefully took i out a number articles various description which he arranged upon a table. Or. M sur prised at the display costly jewels which they the Crew had fought several limes and always with Success. Though the Coop was thrown into the sea the cock was allowed to Large the deck at Liberty. In the action the Marlborough was so severely handled by her opponents that half the Cre w were disabled her Captain carried wounded below her mainmast shot e Way and the remainder the men driven from their quarters. At the very juncture when the Marlborough was on the Point striking there chanced one those awful fulls in the Roar the thundering Cannon often experienced in general not Iii m that momentary the filling a rope might be heard the old game cock who had escaped the human carnage hopped up upon the chattered a with a Loul ind triumphant flipping his wings bet Forth such a Long and Challenge Aslo be heard in every the disabled ship. No individual spoke in reply to the homely but touching alarm one Universal Aad cheer from the broken Crew arose they remembered the indomitable courage the Bird that Mayer above the bleeding horrors the deck and every soul on b card who could drag limbs to quarters re manned the resumed the act inn and forced each their opponents to surrender. A Silver medal was struck by order it was Hung udon the neck the old game cock who in the Parks and around the princely Halls Goodwood passed the remainder his Donny Days in honoured safety. Remarkable effects lightning. During a Thund r Shower on the St instant the House Joseph Harris in Williams tire Maine was struck with lightning the Glass All broken out and the much injured. There were twelve Pef Fous in the House among them mrs. Dunning mrs. Brings and miss c. Hal Dan. Miss Hoilen states that her sight hearing and Power motion left her and she fell upon the floor retaining her consciousness. She tried to scream and to move but in vain. In a Short time her sisal was re stored and she was taken out into tie rain and water poured upon her. Her hearing was partially restored and after a time the numbness left one Side but remained for several hours in the other Side rendering it impossible for her to walk. Her clothes were torn and Burnt one the sleeves her sack rent into atoms her watch broken and her shoe rent to mrs Harris was sitting near miss Holder when lightning passed Down the Side the Chim. Entirely round mrs. Harris Waist and arms As she was holding an infant burning is it pissed leaving the child untouched. Most Harris was prostrated and also several others m he House but no one was killed and none on he whole received any permanent injury. A Winnet in the. Room was torn in Many pieces and not a vestige the wire could be Lound. The lion s fear Man. Lichtenstein says that the african Hunters Avail themselves the circumstance that the lion does not attempt to Spring upon his Prev until he has measured the ground and has reached the distance ten or twelve paces when a Lias crouching upon the ground gathering himself up for the the Hun ters he makes a Rule never to fire upon the Linn till he lies Down at this Short distance so Teal they Ean aim directly at his Heab with the most perfect certainty. He adds that a person has the Mislo Lune o meet a lion Only hopi a safety u to perfectly Al ill even though Ibe animal crouches to Makas i Prius thai Spring Noble Hazard cd the Roan Oley nerve enough to remain motion less an a statue and look steadily in Tua Eye the Linn the animal hesitates rises slowly re Ruam some Steps looking earnestly about Lim lieu Down again be Loreais till having thua by degrees quite Gnu what he to feel As the magic Circle Man s influence be lakes flight in the utmost haste. News paper news paper
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